For those that are curious, here is my twitter rant.

@CFIB predicted in 2011 that for every 10% the min wage increased btwn 92,300 / 321,300 jobs would be lost. @cfibAB @RachelNotley #abpoli 1/7

The BC gov increased min wage from $8 to $10.25 or 27% Using @CFIB model btwn 249210/867510 would be lost @cfibAB @RachelNotley #abpoli 2/7

The BC minimum wage went up $2.25 between May 1, 2011 and May 1, 2012 @CFIB @cfibAB @RachelNotley #abpoli 3/7

What happened? Did BC lose those jobs? No, the unemployment rate went from 7.5% to 6.8% @CFIB @cfibAB @RachelNotley #abpoli 4/7

The @CFIB is now predicting that Alberta will lose btwn 50,290 jobs and 183,300 @CFIB @cfibAB @RachelNotley #abpoli 5/7

Will the @CFIB retract its 2011 predictive model? @CFIB @cfibAB @RachelNotley #abpoli 6/7

How can we have confidence in these @CFIB predictions when you got BC so wrong? @CFIB @cfibAB @RachelNotley #abpoli 7/7